Pellerin Names New Business Director

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Pellerin Energy Group (PEG), a leading, integrated service provider for the oil and gas industry has named Benjamin Potier as director of business development within its Water Solutions business unit, announced President Joshua Pellerin.

Based in Broussard, La., Potier will lead client development initiatives, while expanding and generating new business opportunities that emphasize water treatment across PEG’s portfolio of products and services. Potier will focus on building internal and external relationships to enhance business activities and generate growth.

With more than nine years of experience in the produced water market, Potier’s duties have ranged from project engineering to director of operations roles. Most recently, Potier worked at Siemens in the water technologies business unit where his responsibilities included management of the offshore aftermarket, reverse osmosis and flowback services.

Potier received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) prior to earning a Master of Business Administration at ULL.

Pellerin Energy Group consists of four business units -Water Solutions; Energy Rentals; Health, Safety and Environment; and Chemical and Lubricants.

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